Do you think that laptop screens with 144Hz or 240Hz or 300Hz are fake ?

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  1. Peto Pedro

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    What do you think guyz ( for those who really understand what is behind the technology)
     
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    Huh? Why would they be fake?
     
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    I know I know but u know what, I do it this way most used :
    1k = 1920x1080
    2k = 2560x1440
    4k = 3840x2160
    Actually I found 4k 240Hz but only 2 panels for TVs only or god knows where they are used... : https://www.panelook.com/modelsearc...0&vertical_frequency=240&sunlight_readable=-1
    144Hz 10 of them : https://www.panelook.com/modelsearc...0&vertical_frequency=144&sunlight_readable=-1
     
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    What's wrong with 1080p? 1080p still looks really good. I really don't get this 4K bandwagon people keep jumping on.

    Besides, there isn't any GPU currently in existence that can do 120 fps at 4K resolution in any AAA titles released in the past few years (that I know of). We need more GPU compute power and/or more efficient algorithms for shading and rasterization.

    4K 120 Hz panels won't become common for a few more GPU generations. You'll be hard pressed to find one as they're very new, and will be very expensive. I think your best bet right now if you really want to go to a higher resolution and have a high refresh rate panel is to get a 1440p 120 Hz or 1440p 144 Hz panel. 120 and 144 fps are attainable at 1440p resolution in today's titles with the most powerful graphics cards.
     
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